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Gobbler Gets $1.75 Million To Expand Musician File Management Solution

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LA based Gobbler, a service that helps musicians backup, organize and transfer large audio and video files, has received $1.75 million to expand the service. Investors in the round include ff Venture Capital, Black Ocean Group, Mindjolt CTO Aber Whitcomb, Facebook VP Dan Rose, ex-Googler Jermey Wenokur, Science’s Mike Jones, and the founder of LowerMyBills Matt Coffin.

Gobbler also raised $1.3 million from Dave Goldberg, Sky Dayton and Tim Wyatt in January of last year. . The new funds will be used to expand more aggressively into video and photography.

Operating in a space somewhere between Dropbox and Soundcloud, Gobbler combines desktop software that tracks files across multiple locations and offers backup via Amazion Web Services. Soundcloud users can also publish and manage their tracks and streams directly from Gobbler.

How big is the market for Gobbler? 6 million pro and amature musicians, 12 million photographers and 3 million serious videographers globally.

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